Challenges and Opportunities in Engaging Primary Care Providers in BRCA Testing: Results from the BFOR Study.

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Engaging primary care providers (PCPs) in BRCA1/2 testing and results disclosure would increase testing access. The BRCA Founder OutReach (BFOR) study is a prospective study of BRCA1/2 founder mutation screening […]

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Integrating Harm Reduction into Outpatient Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Settings : Harm Reduction in Outpatient Addiction Treatment.

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Opioid use disorder (OUD) is increasingly recognized as a chronic, relapsing brain disease whose treatment should be integrated into primary care settings alongside other chronic conditions. However, abstinence from all […]

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Computerized Relational Agent to Deliver Alcohol Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment in Primary Care: a Randomized Clinical Trial.

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Alcohol screening and brief intervention have demonstrated efficacy but limited effectiveness and implementation in real-world primary care settings.To evaluate the effectiveness of a computerized Relational Agent programmed to provide alcohol […]

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The Patient Mania Questionnaire (PMQ-9): a Brief Scale for Assessing and Monitoring Manic Symptoms.

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Measurement-based care is an effective clinical strategy underutilized for bipolar disorder partly due to lacking a widely adopted patient-reported manic symptom measure.To report development and psychometric properties of a brief […]

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From Passive Gatekeeper to Quarterback: Evolving Perceptions of Primary Care Among Medical Students in Longitudinal Outpatient Clerkships.

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Longitudinal clerkships provide students with meaningful clinical care roles that promote learning and professional development. It remains unclear how longitudinal primary care clerkships inform students’ perceptions of primary care.To explore […]

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Association of Team-Based Care and Continuity of Care with Hospitalizations for Veterans with Comorbid Mental and Physical Health Conditions.

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Integrating mental health in primary care settings is associated with improved screening and detection of mental illness. In 2010, the Veterans Health Administration launched a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) model […]

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Computerized Intervention in Primary Care for Women Veterans with Sexual Assault Histories and Psychosocial Health Risks: a Randomized Clinical Trial.

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Sexual assault is a public health concern for women and is associated with subsequent psychosocial health risks of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), hazardous drinking, and intimate partner violence (IPV). Sexual […]

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Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Hospital Admissions from COVID-19: Determining the Impact of Neighborhood Deprivation and Primary Language.

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Despite past and ongoing efforts to achieve health equity in the USA, racial and ethnic disparities persist and appear to be exacerbated by COVID-19.Evaluate neighborhood-level deprivation and English language proficiency […]

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Outcomes that Matter: High-Needs Patients’ and Primary Care Leaders’ Perspectives on an Intensive Primary Care Pilot.

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Quantitative evaluations of the effectiveness of intensive primary care (IPC) programs for high-needs patients have yielded mixed results for improving healthcare utilization, cost, and mortality. However, IPC programs may provide […]

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Contraceptive Procedures in Internal Medicine Clinics and Resident Education: a Qualitative Study of Implementation Methods, Barriers, and Facilitators.

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Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) such as intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants are highly effective and increasingly popular. Internal Medicine (IM) clinics and residency curricula do not routinely include LARCs, which […]

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Terminations in Primary Care: a Retrospective Observational Study of 16 Primary Care Clinics.

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The relationship between clinician and patient is the cornerstone of primary care. Breakdown and termination of this relationship are understudied yet important, undesirable outcomes.To better understand the nature and extent […]

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Cross Disciplinary Role Agreement is Needed When Coordinating Long-Term Opioid Prescribing for Cancer: a Qualitative Study.

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Cancer pain is highly prevalent and often managed in primary care or by oncology providers in combination with primary care providers.To understand interdisciplinary provider experiences coordinating opioid pain management for […]

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How Do Patients Want Us to Use the Computer During Medical Encounters?-A Discrete Choice Experiment Study.

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Primary care physicians (PCPs) now widely use electronic health records (EHRs) during medical encounters. Experts in clinical communication issued recommendations for a patient-centered use of EHRs. However, they have never […]

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Initial Clinical Needs Among Transgender and Non-binary Individuals in a Large, Urban Gender Health Program.

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Transgender and gender-diverse individuals are particularly vulnerable to healthcare discrimination and related health sequelae.To demonstrate diversity in demographics and explore variance in needs at the time of intake among patients […]

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The Effect of Financial Incentives on Quality Measures in the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus: a Randomized Controlled Trial.

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Financial incentives are often used to improve quality of care in chronic care patients. However, the evidence concerning the effect of financial incentives is still inconclusive.To test the effect of […]

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